Grab your favorite Christmas candle and light it for the day...
Whip up some simple cupcakes with holiday sprinkles...and yes. Boxed is fine. As long as it is Duncan Hines. Simply the best.
These were ours last year...
We even wrapped some up for our friends. : )
Wrap up a few small gifts...I shop all year and whenever I find something for one of the kids, I get it and tuck it away. In a super secret spot. That is so secret, even I forget sometimes where it is.
And pop in some of your favorite Christmas movies!
There. A super simple fun way to hold you over until the holiday season returns.
Happy Christmas in July!
Sounds like fun! Merry Christmas in July!ReplyDelete
What fun!! Can't wait to see pictures from this year :)ReplyDelete
Great Idea. You children are going to have so many wonderful memories. I applaud you.ReplyDelete
Oooh. I think we'll do something Christmas-y on Friday! What a good day time activity!ReplyDelete
What a darling way to celebrate an already beautiful holiday. Your family looks perfect.ReplyDelete
I've said it before and I'll say it again...I like your style!!! ♥ What an awesome tradition! I want to start doing this! I love Christmas!!!!ReplyDelete
You are so cute and you're household is so fun :) Merry Christmas in July!ReplyDelete
Love it! I have never thought of doing a Christmas in July. BlessingsReplyDelete
Oh how fun! I have never done this, but would certainly love to. . .and I know my son would enjoy it as well :)ReplyDelete
Hugs to you, my friend!
What a fun idea, Billie Jo. Hope you enjoy!ReplyDelete
A truly fun tradition!ReplyDelete
I love this idea and am trying to figure out if I can make this work on Friday..ReplyDelete
I love all your traditions!
I love this idea! How fun! I hope to one day have a flexible enough schedule to be able to do neat things like this with my kiddos!ReplyDelete
Billie Jo, Ho Ho Ho(w) sweet! I can imagine that one might forget about the heat of summer with a touch of Christmas. Our next door neighbors were (the boys are now grown) visited by the "summer" Santa each year. :-)ReplyDelete